The camp site is spacious with trees as a shelter. The camp site is divided into several smaller areas. There is also a specific area for mobile home and sleeping cars.
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The national park in Skaftafell was founded in 1967. In 2008 it became a part of the newly established Vatnajökull National Park.
In Skaftafell you can find many and diverse walking paths that suits all. The landscape is extremely beautiful and a short distance to glaciers or mountains.The camp site is spacious with trees all around. It is divided into smaller areas and there is a special area for mobile homes with access to electricity.
The Skaftafell Visitor Centre offers services for the camp site, an information desk, an exhibition, a cafeteria and a souvenir shop. Free internet access is also avalable in and around the visitor centre. On the wall beside the entrance is a mailbox.Opening dates
Adults: 1.400 kr
Children, 13 – 16 years: 800 kr
Free for children 12 years and younger.
The accomodation tax: 300 kr pr camping unit pr night.
Shower, one time: 500 kr
Washing machine: 500 kr
Tumble dryer: 500 kr
Electricity: 1.000 kr
10 persons or more: 10% discount from accommodation, not accommodation tax, when paid in cash. A requirement that the group leader pays for all in one payment.